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2004 Maserati M128 GT 6SPD

Discussion in 'RAC Performance' started by spencerh, Oct 7, 2013.

  1. spencerh

    spencerh Rookie

    Oct 25, 2011
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    Dallas, Tx
    RAC Performance presents this recent fresh trade-in.

    This is a very nice, clean car mechanically & cosmetically. The clutch is strong and it blows cold A/C.

    This Maserati is a California buyback from 2005. It was an o2 sensor relay that had to be replaced.

    Feel free to call Spencer Heitman with any questions relating to this Maserati GT Coupe, 214-269-1579.
    spencer.heitman@racperformance.com

    2004 Maserati M128 Coupe 6SPD Carrollton, Texas | RAC Performance

    $27,900


    Make an offer! Don't miss out on a great car, for a great price!
     
  2. spencerh

    spencerh Rookie

    Oct 25, 2011
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    Dallas, Tx
    Let's here an offer for a GREAT CAR at a GREAT PRICE! Picture cruising down the highway, shifting through the gears, listening to the sound of that incredible TUBI exhaust!
     
  3. carguyjohn350

    carguyjohn350 F1 Rookie
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    Seems like a LOT of car for mid $20s, GLWS.
     
  4. spencerh

    spencerh Rookie

    Oct 25, 2011
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    Price Lowered to $25,000 for F-Chat members!
     
  5. WJHMH

    WJHMH Two Time F1 World Champ
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    Looks great, very tempting.
     
  6. etip

    etip Formula 3

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    Not to sound cynical, but it was a "buy back" car, and all that needed to be done was an O2 sensor replaced?? And the dealer couldn't figure that out to repair it without doing a buy back????
     
  7. carnutdr

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    Morton Meltzer
    I wonder if still for sale and the gummy buttons are a common issue with that era vehicle.
     
  8. cfe142

    cfe142 Rookie
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    It might have just been a matter of how long the car sat in the shop waiting for the part. I believe it just takes 30 days out of service, to qualify for the CA lemon law. I once waited over 3 weeks for an A/C part for a Civic Si warranty problem.

    I think the GT coupe, Gransport, and the earlier Quattroporte, are a lot of car for the money. There is a lot of Ferrari DNA there. Once they took away the dry sump motor and the cambiocorsa transmission, I think the car became an Italian Lexus. They are beautiful, and they sound great. I (personal opinion) think most (not all) people buy them for style or status. They want smooth shifts and no drama, they don't care about a dry sump motor.

    If I just had a little more garage space and an additional $24,973.27...
     
  9. spencerh

    spencerh Rookie

    Oct 25, 2011
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    Dallas, Tx
    This vehicle has been sold.
     

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